The Spy Who Hung Her Laundry
The most effective spies are the ones that don't appear to be doing anything suspicious at all. They look as though they are going about their normal lives. During the Revolutionary War, when the British held New York City, one patriot woman hung her laundry to dry on her backyard clothesline alongside many other women doing exactly the same thing all over town. The only difference was that the items she hung on the clothesline were part of a secret code, and she was passing along valuable information simply by doing her laundry. Let's look at the story of Anna Strong, the spy who hung out her laundry.